The Pulwama attack is being considered the worst terror attack since the Uri attack in 2016. Following the terror attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent a strong message to Pakistan.
New Delhi: Just two days after the horrific Pulwama massacre by Pakistan-backed Jaish-e-Mohammad, which claimed at least 40 CRPF jawans’ lives, Google image search started showing pictures of Pakistan's national flags above other results if someone searched “best toilet paper in the world”
Netizens posted screenshots of the search results on social media and soon #besttoiletpaperintheworld was trending on Twitter.
#besttoiletpaperintheworld #on #google #PulwamaTerrorAttack #weallarereadytoattack #IndiaUnited #BLACK DAY FOR INDIA 🇮🇳#phulwamaattack #PulwamaRevenge #India #RIPBraveRealHero #WantRevengeOnBloodyPakistan pic.twitter.com/vYIY08wBCg— kundan singh rajput (@IamkundanRajput) February 16, 2019
Google search results are based on algorithms, which matches the question asked to web pages with similar results.
However, this is not the first time that such a glitch surfaced. Before few months, Google was showing American President Donald Trump when searched “idiot”. It also showed “bad chief minister” showed results of Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and description from his Wikipedia page when some searched “bad chief minister”.
The Pulwama terror attack drew criticism from various quarters. While several candle marches were taken out to pay tribute to the martyrs, several countries from across the world including US, France, Germany and Russia, come out in support of India.
Following the terror attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent a strong message to Pakistan.
“I want to tell the terror outfits and those aiding and abetting them that they have made a big mistake. They will have to pay a very heavy price for their actions. Let me assure the nation that those behind this attack, the perpetrators of this attack will be punished,” he said.
The Pulwama attack is being considered the worst terror attack since the Uri attack in 2016.
Over 2500 personnel of the Central Reserve Police Force were travelling in a convoy of 78 vehicles. Most of them were returning to duty after spending their holidays in their respective destinations. The convoy was attacked on the Jammu-Kashmir highway at around 3:30 pm by a Jaish-e-Mohammed suicide bomber.
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Last Updated 17, Feb 2019, 1:34 PM